Saturday, January 18, 2014

San Francisco Woman Loses $200,000 To Nigerian Keyboard master on Christian Mingle Dating

A Woman in San Francisco, California, USA has lost $ 200,000 to a Nigerian scammer through an online dating site – Christian Mingle. The names of the woman is being withheld.

According to reports by San Francisco Gate, the 66 year old woman was led to believe that the Nigerian scammer was a British citizen stuck at sea on a Scottish oil rig.

SEE Photos Of GEJ smiling & handling over Tukur's sack letter + the Look on Tukur's face.

 PDP NEC Meeting was held yesterday. The ex-Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Alhaji Bamanga Tukur, officially removed from his position yesterday. His sack letter was confirmed by President Goodluck Jonathan on Thursday at the meeting of the National Executive Council of the party as the letter was passed on to him  but retrieved by Professor Wale Oladipo, the PDP's National Secretary and it was thereafter accepted by the National Executive Committee following a motion for acceptance moved by Governor Liyel Imoke of Rivers State.

Scientists reveal Babies Do Fake Cry To Get Attention ( Like upcoming celebrity hehe)

Babies are known to cry to alert their parents to their distress to help ensure their survival.

Yet, confirming what many parents already suspect, scientists have found that infants also fake cry simply to get extra attention – particularly if they have brothers and sisters.

Japanese researchers studied two babies crying over a period of six months and believe the infants are capable of the clever deception.

Obama Shares lovely Picture With Wife Michelle, Wishes Her A happy Birthday

 resident Barack Obama shared this lovely picture of wife, Michelle and himself on social media. He posted it to mark her birthday! Nice pics they got! See his tweet above.

I Cannot Marry Again Because The Sacrifices Are Too Much - Ayo Adesanya

You are still single @45, would you still give marriage another shot?
Are you sure that I am still single?

I wouldn’t know until you tell me…
Well, it is my personal life and I don’t like discussing my private life with people. It is left for me and the people around me to know. So, am not going into any other details.

CIA plane crash lands with four tons of coke

CIA Plane Crashes in Mexico

Seventeen months after an American-registered DC9 airliner was busted with 5.5 tons of cocaine, a major international scandal is brewing over a second drug trafficking incident in Mexico’s Yucatan involving an American-registered jet owned by a dummy front company of the kind usually associated with the CIA.
A weekend visit to “Donna Blue Aircraft Inc” of Coconut Beach FL., the company which FAA records show owned the Gulfstream II business jet (N987SA) which crash-landed with 3.7 tons of cocaine aboard in Mexico’s Yucatan two weeks ago, has revealed that the company’s listed address is an empty office suite with a blank sign out front.

UN nuclear watchdog team arrives in Tehran: Iran monitoring to cost $6 million

A team of inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) arrived in Tehran on Saturday, another step towards implementing a landmark nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers which was finalized last week, according to the semi-official Fars News agency.

The team, led by nuclear engineer Massimo Aparo, will begin reporting to the IAEA on Monday, marking the official start of the deal, according to the Islamic Republic News Agency.
Under the terms of the agreement with the United States, Russia, China, France, Britain and Germany, Iran will stop work on some portions of its nuclear program in exchange for relief from some international sanctions which have damaged the country's economy.

EU wants Russian energy but rejects Moscow integration efforts in Eurasia.

It looks like the Europeans have been seriously offended with Moscow’s assistance to Ukraine, which had frozen the signing of the agreement on the associated membership in the EU and had made a choice in favour of developing relations with its Eastern neighbor. The upcoming 32th Russia-EU summit in Brussels on January 28 will be held in a truncated format and without a traditional dinner. Diplomats explain this by the need to concentrate on the most important things and as soon as possible.

Not two days, but only two hours are allocated now for the partners to discuss the key issues of interactions between Russia and the European Union. Moscow and Brussels have agreed that consideration of the details of numerous joint projects could wait, and they needed to focus on the issues of strategic partnership.
The matter will, of course, concern the economy and more specifically – energy, trade, international obligations and neighborly policy. It is unlikely that the President of Russia and his European colleagues will be able to avoid a conversation about the situation in Ukraine in the light of the last months’ events. The matter is that the European Union categorically rejects Moscow’s integration efforts in the Eurasian region, expert of the Institute of Europe Vladislav Belov says.

Nigerian Gays Take to the street to Protest anti gay law In Abuja

Nigerian gays and lesbians, under the aegis of ‘The Right Defense’, are daring President Goodluck Jonathan, and would soon stage a demonstration in Abuja, the Nigerian capital, they said in a statement on Saturday.
Photo: Gays to protest in Abuja over the new law. The protest is against the anti-gay law signed by the president on January, 7.

2face Idibia Shares Childhood Picture, Says when he was Dreamer

The star shared the picture on his IG with the words “In the beginning there was ………….a dreamer”.

Nigeria President Jonathan ‘Praised’ For Same-Sex Prohibition Law

Nigeria President Goodluck Jonathan has received overwhelming support from Nigerians after signing a law that prohibits same-sex marriages, according to Reuben Abati, spokesman for Jonathan.

He says Nigerian lawmakers unanimously voted for the same-sex prohibition measure after receiving inputs from their constituents across the country.

The law imposes a 14-year jail sentence for same-sex couples. The same-sex marriage prohibition law also bans gay clubs, associations and other activities that promote homosexuality, according to Abati.

Ex-Plateau deputy Governor, Botmang, dies at 76

A former Governor of Plateau State, Chief Michael Botmang is dead. Botmang was said to have died in the early hours of Saturday in his Zawan, Jos South Local Government Area of the state. He was aged 76
Chief Michael Botmang, born 1938, was the two-term deputy to Chief Joshua Dariye from 1999 to 2007 and acted briefly as governor from 13 November 2006, when Dariye was impeached by six out of the 24 members of the State House of Assembly. He held that position until 27 April 2007, when the Supreme Court ordered the reinstatement of Dariye. He was said to have died from complications arising from diabetes.

“Many Dubai-based Nigerians are HIV Positive” – UAE Nigerian ( True or false?)

A UAE-based Nigerian, Prince Eze Kingston Uzosike made a cry over the high number of Nigerians in Dubai testing positive for HIV. “Many people will die like ants in the next 10, 20 years if nothing is done. What the Nigerian government should do is to enforce general test so that all Nigerians can go for HIV test. They should make it sort of mandatory. The system also should be solid to enforce it so that people will know their status by force.”

He complained that even though the dreaded disease has defied all attempts at a cure in the more than 20 years since its discovery, blacks (especially Nigerians) were still indulging in activities that put them at risk of contracting the disease.

Tukur’s successor: Pres. GEJ may settle for Idris Umar

As several blocks within the troubled Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, jostle for the control of the party through the appointment of a new chairman, indications emerged yesterday that President Goodluck Jonathan might have settled for the Minister of Transport, Idris Umar.
Incidentally, Umar, an unassuming but active politician from Gombe State, is the same candidate that the President’s wife, Patience and the Governor of Bayelsa State, Seriake Dickson, are soliciting support for to emerge as the new National Chairman of the party.

Prospective Students: Cyprus now the most Dangerous Country to Study - Beware!!

Abike Dabiri Warns Nigerians Over Studying In Cyprus Universities

Abike Dabiri Warns Nigerians Over Studying In Cyprus Universities CKN NEWS – The House committee on Diaspora has drawn the attention of Nigerians to a suspicious move by the authorities of the Cyprus International University, Nicosia North Cyprus, to lure Nigerian Students to their University. The Committee warned on the dangers of sending Nigerian students to Cyprus International University, Nicosia, North Cyprus, as one Gabriel Soriwe recently died as a student in the University under mysterious circumstances. Gabriel Soriwe, 20 years old, was a student of Electrical and Electronics at the Cyprus International Nicosia, North Cyprus.


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